• Topaz 1Vibrates to the number 6
  • Astrological sign of Sagittarius – Elemental

It is known as a “stone of true love and success in all endeavours”

It can promote individuality and creativity, while providing for confidence in trusting ones decisions. It acts to replace negativity with love and joyfulness.

The ends and facets of a topaz crystal (as well as faceted topaz) provide both positive and negative currents. This is quite different from quartz. These alternating currents are linked via the ethers to the forces of manifestation through which attraction and desire are promulgated.

The topaz crystal is considered quite precious by the African Bushmen, being used in ceremonies for healing and for connecting with the spirits who have departed from this plane. It is considered to bring health and wealth to the holder.

When topaz is used in conjunction with the amethyst, it both gives and receives energy from the amethyst facilitating the utilization of the laws of attraction and manifestation for the good of all; the amethyst further provides for the transmutation of undeveloped energies into spiritual vibrations to produce a soothing, clearing, and stabilizing effect. This combination of minerals is quite useful for both white magic and healing.

"Love is in the Earth" - Melody page 648/649/650

  • Colour – pink, green red, gold, yellow, blue, white, red-yellow, brown, grey and colourless.
  • Appearance- Topaz crystallizes in the form of water worn pebbles and prismatic crystals, sometimes vertically striated and sometimes with well-developed terminations.
  • Rarity – Easily obtained from specialist stores, red-pink is rare
  • Source – United States, Mexico, India, Australia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Pakistan


Topaz is a mellow, empathetic stone that directs energy to where it is needed most. It soothes, heals, stimulates, recharges re-motivates, and aligns the meridians of the body.

Topaz promotes truth and forgiveness. It helps shed light on the path, highlights goals, and taps into inner resources. This crystal brings about a trust in the universe that enables you "to be" rather than "to do". It cuts through doubt and uncertainty.<\p>

Topaz's vibrant energy brings joy, generosity, abundance, and good health. It has traditionally been known as a stone of love and good fortune, bringing successful attainment of goals. It is extremely supportive for affirmations, and manifestation, and for visualization. It is said that the facets and ends of a Topaz crystal have both positive and negative energies through which a request to the universe can be focused and then manifested on the earth plane.

Excellent for cleaning the aura and for inducing relaxation, Topaz releases tension at any level and can speed up spiritual development where it has been laborious.

Psychologically Topaz helps you to discover your own inner riches. It makes you confident and philanthropic, wanting to share your good fortune and spread sunshine all around. Negativity does not survive around joyful Topaz. This stone promotes openness and honesty, self-realization, self-control, and the urge to develop inner wisdom.

Mentally, Topaz aids problem solving and is particularly useful for those engaged in the arts. It helps you to become aware of the influence you have and of the knowledge you have gained through hard work and life experiences. This stone has the capacity to see both the bigger picture and the minute detail, recognizing how they interrelate.

Topaz assists in expressing ideas and confers astuteness. Topaz is an excellent emotional support- it stabilizes the emotions and makes you feel receptive to love from every source.


Topaz can be used to manifest health. It aids digestion and combats anorexia, restores the sense of taste, fortifies the nerves and stimulates the metabolism. Saint Hildegard of Bingen recommended an elixir of Topaz to correct dimness of vision.


Ring finger, solar plexus and brow chakra. Position or place as appropriate for healing. The elixir can be applied to the skin.

"The Crystal Bible" volume 1 - Judy Hall Page 292/293

Topaz History

The gemstone has been known for around 2000 years and is one of the so-called apocalyptic stones that are intended to serve in protection against enemies. It is also known as a symbol of beauty and splendour. It cannot be proved conclusively whether the name of Topaz comes from the Sanskrit or the Greek, though the Greek name 'topazos' means 'green gemstone'. The Romans, however, dedicated Topaz to Jupiter.

The colour in which Topaz is most commonly found is yellow. In the 18th century, it was mined in Saxony, Germany for a period of over 60 years, however, most of the crystals were less than 10mm in diameter. In contrast, Topaz crystals as large as 100mm in diameter can be found in Siberia and Brazil

In mysticism, Topaz is attributed with a cooling, styptic and appetising effect. It is said to dispel sadness, anger and nocturnal fears, to warn its wearer of poisons and protect him or her from sudden death. It is reputed to make men handsome and intelligent and sterile women fertile and happy.

Topaz is considered quite precious by the African bushmen, being used in ceremonies for healing and for connecting with the spirits who have departed from this plane. It is considered to bring wealth and health to the holder